It's almost December and the spirit of Christmas is already here. And what better way is there to hop on the holiday wagon than to indulge in the age-old tradition of cake mixing. The students of Nirmala College, Muvattupuzha, in Kerala have joined hands with a local bakery to hold a mega cake mixing ceremony at their campus, effectively kicking off the festival season.
A whopping 2500 kilograms of fresh and dried fruits was used for the mega mixing ceremony, in which the students and teachers took part. Authorities said that more than fifteen varieties of dried fruits and nuts commonly added in delicious plum cakes were used.
The ceremony was organized in association with the Regency Bake House, Muvattupuzha. It is for the first time that such a ceremony has been held in the college.
Meanwhile, Sunny Idakattukudi, Managing Director of Regency Bake House said that the no preservatives have been added in this cake mix. Besides, this mix would be preserved for a year, non alcoholically, to make soft and tasty cakes.
The cake mixing ceremony was inaugurated by Monsignor Dr Pius Malekandathil. He shared a message in which he spoke about the significance of peace and joy.
The event was attended by the college Principal Dr Thomas K V, Vice Principal Prof. Emmanuel A J, Bursar Dr Justin Kannadan, Prof Saji Joseph, Head of the Department of Management Studies Chinchu Luis, Head of Tourism Department Shankar P D and Dinna Johnson.